Being seen as a non-profit is harder than ever.
It is estimated that 1.8 billion photos are uploaded and shared on the internet every day. Between selfies and beautiful cups of coffee how can meaningful work get noticed?
Odds like this can feel overwhelming and hopeless.
Nevertheless, photographs are still one of the fastest and most engaging mediums of communication.
Your work can be seen and find a receptive audience.
The path to being noticed starts with understanding how we as humans interact with photographs and then intentionally crafting photos that are designed to catch peoples attention and deliver a powerful message.
Effective Photographs Begin With:
Gesture and expression, as well as eye contact, are powerful ways to connect your audience to the subject of your photo.
We create photos that establish human value and commonality. These photos deepen the connection between your audience and the subject of the photograph.
Our Photographs Highlight Human Value By:
Using an honoring perspective – It is important for the audience to see everyone as equals. Photographing people from eye level or below subconsciously communicates equality and value. This is especially true when photographing children.
What You Get
The photos you need – easily accessable, instantly usable.
When you hire us for photography you can expect:
Direction – Posing, set, and lighting design on location.
Finished Photographs – We take hundreds of images and select the very best images that will have the most impact on your brand. Then we professionally edit it them and deliver them to you.
Sizes – We deliver your photos in two sizes. Our high resolution print size images are perfect for flyers and banners. Our websized images will upload quickly and can easily be shared on all online platforms.
As members of the Ethical Storytelling Community, we are committed to ensuring the people we photograph feel safe, valued, and heard.
Subjects need to be educated about how their photos will be used and sign a model release.
A translator needs to be available at all times to ensure they feel safe and are able to communicate any concerns they have to some who speaks their language and understands their culture while being photographed.
Subjects may revoke their agreement to have their photograph used at any time for any reason. And may asked to have it removed from use in promotional materials, social media and websites.
For more information about the Ethical Storytelling Community visit their website at Ethicalstorytelling.com.